Sustainable development, also known as global corporate citizenship and eco-efficiency, is the ultimate leadership challenge in the world today (World Economic Forum, 2006; Engel, 2008). There is nothing more pressing or more urgent. Our world is in trouble with environmental crisis, social crisis, energy crisis, and economic crisis. Therefore, we need leaders at every level of our societies and organizations to answer the ultimate call to action: to save the planet, its people, and their profits. This is the calling of the leader in sustainable development. After all, business cannot survive in a world and society that fails (d’Humières, 2005, pp. XI-XVI).